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Food Chains/Webs

producers organisms that make their own food
consumers animals that eat other organisms
herbivores animals that eat only plants
carnivores animals that eat only other animals
omnivores animals that eat both plants and animals
decomposers organisms that feed on dead plants and animals, as well as animal wastes
predators animals that hunt other animals for food
prey animals that are hunted by predators
food chain the path of energy from the sun to a producer to an animal to another animal
food web a group of overlapping food chains
energy what is needed to do work or cause change
unique niche an organism’s role in an ecosystem based on how it gets its food
sun a typical star that is the source of light and heat for the plants in the solar system
nocturnal active at night
flow Move along or out steadily and continuously in a current or stream
graze to feed on grass and pasturage, as do cattle, sheep, etc.
Created by: twaller